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This is a follow-up to this question on setting contexts using t().

I am attempting to set a context using t().

I am trying to set the context for the translation of State to geo. My code looks like this:

$format['locality_block']['administrative_area'] = array(
  '#title' => t('State', array('context' => 'geo')),
  '#size' => 10,
);

This doesn't give any errors but it also doesn't create the translation unit with the context, either. Any clue what I'm doing wrong? (It's probably something obvious; I'm not good with PHP.)

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The second argument of the t() function are the replacements and not options.

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    For those like me who struggle with PHP, here is the code I used that worked; '#title' => t('State', array(), array('context' => 'geo')), May 24, 2012 at 13:26

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